Alan Rogers Review
Camping Beek en Hei, located in the heart of the Veluwe nature reserve, offers space, tranquillity and beautiful scenery. There are 150 pitches within four camping areas, including an open plan family field and a touring area with tall hedges and secluded pitches, all with electricity (6A). If you prefer something a little more natural, there are pitches on the edge of the campsite in the forest and an opportunity to get back to nature with wild camping in the heart of the forest. On-site facilities include a play area and organised treasure hunts and games with the local ranger. A natural lake with a beach is also within walking distance.
The Veluwe national park is renowned for its natural beauty and forms one of the largest continuous nature reserves in the Netherlands providing many walking and cycling routes to explore. The campsite is only 6 km. away from the historic and cultural city of Arnhem, famous for its range of museums and attractive green parks, not forgetting the shopping. The Kröller-Müller museum and Apeldoorn are also just a short cycle ride away.